408 OTHER CIVETS Arctogale is another Oriental genus with very small teeth, those of the molar series being hardly in contact. The soles of the feet are more naked than in the last genus, and the scent glands, if present, appear to be small and ill developed, It has also a long tail, and is arboreal in way of life. There Is " nothing particular recorded ?* as to its habits. The species are A. leucotis and A. stigmatica. Closely allied to both the last genera is Memigale, also an Oriental genus. It is to be distinguished from J?arado&urus FIG. 201, —Hard wicko's Civet Cat. Hemiycde hardvneki. (From Mature.) by having the soles of the feet much less naked, though they are more so than in Viverra or Prionodon. The coloration of the species, Ml KardwicM (a Malayan animal), is very peculiar. The body is banded with five or six broad transverse stripes, and the basal portion of the tail is also ringed, an uncommon feature in the group, A second species of this genus is M hosei, from Borneo. It is blackish in colour, but is not a melanic variety of the last. Mtndinia appears never to possess a caecum*1 It is also peculiar among Carnivora in the non-ossification of the hinder 1 Flower, Froc. ^p0|, jSfce. 1872, p. 083.